M-Audio SP-1 Sustain Pedal

Sustain Pedal with Non-latching Momentary Switch and 5-foot Cable
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Universal Sustain Pedal

The M-Audio SP-1 is a simple, compact and sturdy sustain pedal for today's electronic keyboard. The SP-1 is perfect for any application that requires a non-latching momentary switch. It is compatible with all electronic keyboards.

M-Audio SP-1 Sustain Pedal Features:
Sustain foot pedal or FS controller
For synthesizers, tone modules, and drum machines
Compatible with all electronic keyboards
5-foot cable with 1/4" phone plug

Tech Specs

Type Sustain
Polarity Switchable
Manufacturer Part Number MA99005080400

Customer Reviews

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Works with moat all keyboards

Very Sturdy built pedal and works with any keyboard or pedal operated interface and the price is what sold me that and my Sales engineer Wayne Davis whose the best always helping me decide what will work with my gear setup . I highly recommend this product
Music background: Pro Musician and home studio recording

Good product

Good quality peddle. Rubber bottom prevents slipping and it has a good feel to it.

Has its uses

If you're looking for a nice sustain pedal for you keyboard, spend like $10 more and get a nice M-Audio one. However, this is great if you need to conserve space. Think pedalboards. I use this as my rotary switch for my organ, I have a nicer M-audio and Korg to serve as damper pedals. Cons: The screws on the side loosen up pretty quickly.
Music background: Professional

Simlicity its Self

A great little sustain pedal and works well with the M-Audio keyboard I bought it for. Highly recommend it.
Music background: Ex Pro Musician

More of a back up pedal...

It moves around a lot and the rubber pad comes out a lot. Also can be difficult to use. Deff should just be a backup pedal if your main one freaks out on you.
Music background: Keys/Synth at LWC
See also: Volume Pedals, M-Audio, M-Audio Keyboard Pedals